A cool breeze blowing from the sea toward the land.(noun)
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Use "sea breeze" in a sentence
"They left the Headless Garden and went down into the village, the sea breeze so refreshingly cool Fancy wished she could bottle it and take it back with her to Portero."
"And when the sea breeze carried the smoke away, Maximilian Oceanus and his troublesome brat of a sister were gone."
"He noticed the air starting to chill as they drew near An Tèarmann, a soft sea breeze pushing fog in off the ocean."